Actual levitation would require an invisible force holding a person aloft against the Earth's gravity, which is impossible. The equivalent amount of energy, even if Jedi mind powers were real, would completely fry the br... More »

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According to Psychic Science, exploring physical abilities and the paranormal, a person can be levitated if they take part in a human levitation experiment. The levitation effect is when a person becomes seemingly weight... More »

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While levitation of objects is possible using a number of scientific methods, magic tricks often use an illusion to create this effect, and there is no known way of levitating a person without the use of science or illus... More »

Levitation occurs when an object is held in the air through an upward force that counteracts gravity. Levitation is not considered real by the scientific community, but some parapsychologists and others, especially those... More »

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According to Psychic Science, exploring physical abilities and the paranormal, a person can be levitated if they take part in a human levitation experiment. The levitation effect is when a person becomes seemingly weight... More »

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The value 9.8 m/s^2 is the average acceleration of a falling object due to the force of gravity on Earth. The letter g represents this value the formula v=gt. With this constant and formula, the speed of an object is cal... More »

The force of gravity on Earth is approximately 9.8 m/s2. The exact gravitational force, which is described as the acceleration of gravity, differs based on latitude and altitude of a specific point on Earth. For example,... More »